Seinfeld2000 Now Has Its Own Video Game, Commence The Junior Mint Tossing

Imagen Seinfeld was never canceled and still NBC comedy program today?

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Ever wanted to throw Junior Mints into the open wound of a surgery patient while Miley Cyrus comes at you like a giant wrecking ball and Elaine Bennis screams at you to get out? Then we found an online game that you might enjoy. It’s very refreshing.

If you’ve never hear of Seinfeld 2000, it’s probably because you’re still stuck reading the parody Twitter account Seinfeld Today, which imagines modern plot lines for the ’90s sitcom. Seinfeld 2000 is a parody of that parody, and it also has its own video game (with a cappella theme song cover from Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend, for some reason), so obviously it’s a spillion times better. Does Seinfeld Today have its own video game? No, no it doesn’t.

For some added insight, observe some of Seinfeld 2000’s recent tweets:

In The Junior Mint Game, you play as either Kramer or Jerry, and rack up points (sorry, dollars — which are then donated in your name to the Human League, of course) by aiming your mints at the open hole in that guy’s body. Also, every once in a while Miley Cyrus shows up, because it’s topical, damn it.

This in’t the the first time Seinfeld 2000 has soundly trounced its more grammatically correct counterpart in the name of purely awesome weirdness. They also put together a hilarious 13 minute multimedia presentation called Seinquest2000, as well as an Arcade Fire-backed music video last year that “follow the tragic engagement of Garge and Suzette from Sienfeld.”

Yes. Poor Garge.

(via Uproxxx, image via The Junior Mint Game)

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